Residential Services Subscriber Agreement Statute of Limitations Opt-Out

Time Warner Cable's Residential Services Subscriber Agreement contains a limitation on the period of time that I have to commence a legal action against Time Warner Cable. I wish to opt out of the provision containing this limitation and to instead be subject to the standard period for bringing an action under the law in my state. I acknowledge that this opt-out is only effective if I notify Time Warner Cable of my election in writing within 30 days of the date that I first became subject to the provision or within 30 days of the effective date of any material change to the provision to which I am subject. I can opt out either by completing and submitting the form below, or by sending a written request to Time Warner Cable at the following address:


Time Warner Cable
60 Columbus Circle, Rm 16-329
New York, NY 10023
Attn: Statute of Limitations Opt-out


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Statute of Limitations Opt-Out Q&As

Q: What happens if I "opt out" of the time limitation for bringing a claim under the Residential Services Subscriber Agreement?

A: You will remain a Time Warner Cable customer and continue to enjoy all the same services you received before you opted out. Your opt-out only applies to the statute of limitations provision contained in Section 14 of Time Warner Cable's Residential Services Subscriber Agreement and not to any other aspect of your relationship with Time Warner Cable.


Q: How long do I have to opt out?

A: If the agreement containing the "opt out" right was in effect when you became a Time Warner Cable customer, then the 30-day period begins on the date you began to receive our services. If you were an existing customer when the Statute of Limitation provision or any material change to it became effective, you have 30 days from the effective date in which to opt out. The effective date is 30 days after you are provided notice of any changes to the Statute of Limitations provision either through a bill message or any other means.